Deputy president William Ruto. Photo courtesy.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered a meeting today with his Azimio La Umoja Allies. According to the latest information, Uhuru will be discussing strategies on how the coalition will go about their Campaign strategies ahead of August general election. This is coming just days after the head of state hinted about hitting the ground running for Orange democratic party, leader Hounerable Raila Odinga.
With the meeting in place, it is a big boost for Odinga who has been hitting the ground running in Central region after appointment of Martha Karua as his Deputy. Uhuru has been working hard in making sure that he leaves the office for Odinga who has been his darling since handshake period.
Deputy president William Ruto on the other hand has been hitting the ground too with an aim of making sure that the Tangatanga team forms the next administration. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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